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Ron Hyams has helped hundreds of people transition to new jobs. He believes the most important ingredient in getting a job is to clarify your personal brand, your strengths and your ‘offer'. In his new book, How to Get the Job You Want, he shares his ten steps to accelerate the process of getting your perfect job (faster): • STEP 1: Get your attitude right – turn crisis into opportunity. • STEP 2: Conduct a career stock take – identify your skills and strengths. • STEP 3: Envision your ideal job – know your preferences. • STEP 4: Build your brand – clarify your unique value add. • STEP 5: Create a compelling CV – your ‘Brand Me'sales document. • STEP 6: Craft a powerful LinkedIn profile – become social media savvy. • STEP 7: Access the hidden job market – secrets of powerful networking. • STEP 8: Use multiple approaches – think out of the box in your job search. • STEP 9: Hone your interview skills – how to present your best self. • STEP 10: Maintain momentum – professionalise the job of getting a job. To make a powerful impression in an overcrowded job market, you need to stand out. This practical workbook will show you how to showcase your personal brand and get the job you've always wanted. Ron Hyams has 20 years international experience developing inspiring leaders and high performance teams. He obtained a master's degree from both the University of Cambridge as well as Ashridge Management College (cum laude), and currently serves on the Faculty of Education at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. Ron delivers development programs for leaders at top South African corporates such as BP, Hatch, MacMillan, Shell, Thomson Reuters, Unilever and Woolworths
Fair or not, assumptions about our intelligence, abilities, sophistication, performance, and pedigree are routinely made based on the image we project. In The Image of Success, sought-after career and image coach Lizandra Vega offers job seekers down-to-earth, candid guidance on the ABCs of image--Appearance, Behavior, and Communication--that often make the difference between a job offer and a rejection.
This book tackles the daunting problem faced by many new grads: successfully finding a job in their area of study after graduation. It begins by exploring the options available to college graduates and then details effective methods for finding the right job openings; promoting themselves in the job market; acing interviews, both in person and over the phone; and succeeding on the job in their career field.
A job posting searching site, specifically for entry-level jobs for recent college graduates. Curated by the author of College Grad Job Hunter, Brian Krueger (http://www.consuls.org/record=b2207403~S16).
Job listings of professional jobs in the public sector, advice on public service careers, and information about pursuing a degree in public service. This site is co-sponsored by the three most prominent nonprofit associations in public policy and public administration: Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA); American Society for Public Administration (ASPA); Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM)
From the journal Science. Job posting search or resume upload. Postings are focused on scientific positions in government, academia, and industry, but also have job listings across a variety of areas within scientific organizations including sales, marketing, management, and more.
USAJOBS is the official job site of the US Federal Government. USAJOBS.gov is a free web-based job board enabling federal job seekers access to thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations, allowing agencies to meet their legal obligation (5 USC 3327 and 5 USC 3330) of providing public notice for federal employment opportunities.